This was how I looked like before I had the makeover. Not too bad I guess, but hey, who won’t want to improve their appearance and look even more attractive. For a long time, I had been self-conscious of my wide jaw and chin. So I was elated to try out chin fillers in addition to jaw botox. Continue reading →
If you have been following my blog, you would have read about my botox & fillers procedures at Halley Medical Aesthetics, followed by Sculptra to improve the appearance of my sunken cheeks.
Unlike traditional fillers, Sculptra is not a quick fix remedy but it is known for subtle results over time, which lasts much longer too. It works by stimulating the growth of collagen for one to attain a natural and youthful appearance. Sculptra is not limited to correcting wrinkles and sagging skin but is also a popular treatment for facial volume loss. So far, I have undergone two sessions of Sculptra at Halley Medical Aesthetics.
The photo of the left was taken around 3 days after my botox, fillers and 1st Sculptra treatment. While the photo on the right was taken 3 days after I had my 2nd Sculptra treatment at Halley Medical Aesthetics. It may not be that obvious but I can already see a slight difference in the volume of my cheeks in the photos. Do note that this is not the final results, as mentioned before, Sculptra results are gradual so I will be updating again in a few months time.
For those who are curious, this was what went on during my Sculptra treatment. Continue reading →
As part of my 3D projection makeover, Dr Terence Tan of Halley Medical Aesthetics recommended Sculptra, one of the latest innovative skin treatment, to pump up my cheeks for a fuller look. The areas below my eyes look sunken, thus, making me appear older and tired than I really am. So what is Sculptra?